REDUCED | FELONY HIT AND RUN – State v. Ms. H. (DMC No. 10406) (Maricopa County Superior Court CR2011-126224): Ms. H. had been driving a “Rhino” off-road vehicle when she had hit a bush and flipped. She injured the passenger who was riding with her, and she was in a daze immediately after the accident. She ran to her house to call her ex-husband, and when he got there the police had already arrived. They were originally going to charge her with a DUI, but not could prove whether she had drank after driving or before. They subsequently charged her with a felony hit and run which we convinced the prosecutor to reduce to an endangerment charge with zero days in jail. Upon completion of probation the case was designated a misdemeanor.